calendar>>October 30. 2013 Juche 102
S. Korean Authorities' Anti-DPRK Remarks under Fire
Pyongyang, October 30 (KCNA) -- South Korean puppet Foreign Minister Yun Pyong Se in a recent speech made on the Day of the United Nations malignantly slandered the DPRK, describing its access to nukes as a "challenge to the UN."

Minister of Unification Ryu Kil Jae in a "special lecture" made rubbish that the "nuclear issue of the north should be settled" in order to turn the Kaesong Industrial Zone into a "fully mature industrial complex."

Rodong Sinmun Wednesday observes in a commentary in this regard:

Such confrontation remarks can be made by those who are steeped in hostility toward compatriots to the marrow of their bones and obsessed with anti-DPRK nuclear racket.

Their moves are a blatant challenge to the dignity and sovereignty of the DPRK, a foolish attempt to realize their ambition to force the DPRK to "scrap nuclear program first" in collusion with foreign forces and to carry out their scenario for invading it, the commentary says, and goes on:

They only seek the sinister aim for confrontation of social systems between the north and the south of Korea, in disregard of the destiny of the nation. This is evidenced by the fact that they are speaking ill of the strategic line of the DPRK on simultaneously pushing forward the economic construction and the building of nuclear force, while resorting to the nuclear racket against the DPRK in league with the U.S., far from making efforts to save the inter-Korean relations from crisis.

They had better honestly look back on their crimes of increasing the danger of nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula and derailing the inter-Korean dialogue and cooperation before crying out for "north's cancellation of the nuclear program".

The nuclear deterrence of the DPRK is by no means a bargaining chip for getting something.

Those who incite confrontation while daring slander the just line of the DPRK will be made to pay a dear price.

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